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Afghan photographer warns of Taliban threat to media


The Taliban will shut down Afghanistan's media and are fooling the West by promising to let journalists operate freely, an award-winning Afghan photographer says after fleeing Kabul over threats by the group.

Added on the 28/08/2021 14:41:20 - Copyright : AFP EN

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